This do-everything Bluetooth USB car charger is down to an all-time low at Amazon

This do-everything Bluetooth USB car charger is down to an all-time low at Amazon

Car chargers are usually functional and necessary, but boring. This is not the case with VicTsing's V4.1 Bluetooth in-car FM Transmitter, which does a whole lot more than fill up your phone while you drive. It's normally $30, which is on the high side for a car charger, but today it's down to $14.49, an all-time low if you apply the coupon in the Amazon listing.

Essentially a Swiss Army Knife of car plug-ins, this comes with a whole ton of features in one small, compact package. Dual ports provide two separate USB functions, with one built for playing music and the other for charging. Bluetooth connectivity and a built-in microphone mean you can talk on the phone hands-free, while a multifunctional button makes it easy to start and end calls and adjust volume all in one place. And if you're planning to connect to play music, either through Bluetooth or the USB port, you can connect this device to your car stereo with an aux out port. On top of all this, when it's plugged in, you can use this device to check your car battery's voltage.

While we haven't tried it ourselves, this device has 4.5 stars out of 5 on Amazon over nearly 450 user reviews, with users pointing to audio connectivity and its wide range of features as reasons to buy. And with so many functions, you're bound to get your $14.49's worth.

To get the lowest possible price, click the coupon box below the price. The lower price will reflect at checkout.

[Today's deal: VicTsing's V4.1 Bluetooth in-car FM Transmitter]

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